Maybe Chip Kelly Wasn't the Problem in Philadelphia


Maybe Chip Kelly Wasn't the Problem in Philadelphia

As head coaching vacancies get filled across the NFL, Jonas Knox and Brady Quinn look at Philadelphia and caution potential hires from rushing into a situation that might not be favorable to unproven candidates. Eagles GM Howie Roseman has control over the roster but a theme seems to have emerged of Head Coaches leaving early, whether it was Chip Kelly who won 20 games in his first two seasons or Doug Pederson who brought the organization their first Super Bowl. Anyone who takes the job in Philly needs to know Roseman isn't going anywhere while he remains the right-hand man to Owner, Jeffrey Lurie.